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Marin County, and health providers in Marin, are focusing current vaccination efforts on individuals 75 years of age and older. By vaccinating this group, Marin health officials believe we can reduce COVID-related mortality in the county by 75%.
Once the 75+ age group is vaccinated, Marin will continue with its program of vaccinating people in public-facing professions and people who are 65 years of age and older.
To learn more from your provider as to vaccination distribution, or to be notified when it is your turn to be vaccinated, click on the appropriate link below and provide your information as appropriate:
You can also visit the California Department of Public Health webpage My Turn to see if you are eligible for the vaccine.
Today, the stay-at-home requirement was lifted by the California Department of Public Health. This requirement relates to the level of Intensive Care Unit (ICU) bed capacity in area hospitals, which is expected to rise to a sufficient level in the next few weeks. The State has determined that some re-openings may now occur safely.
For more information, please click here to read the Marin County press release.
The virus is still prevalent and personal precautions are still necessary. Please remember to wear masks, avoid congregating in groups, and wash your hands frequently.
Meteorologists are forecasting a series of winter storms over the next several days. The City is encouraging residents to be prepared and have a plan in case of weather-related power outages.
The storm series is shaping up to be an atmospheric river-type event with widespread heavy rain, localized flooding, gusty winds, and heavy, low-elevation snow, and will unfold Tuesday afternoon and continue into Thursday.
Visit PG&E for the most up-to-date information on outages.